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Hi,

I have a question regarding certificate profile and the characteristics origin from the production chain. In the inspection lot for the HALB material there are some charachteristics that are skipped, is it possible to get these characteristics from the ROH material then? Do I have to write a FM for the skip strategy or? I have maintained the material list but for now the characteristics from the HALB material is printed even if they are skipped!

BR Kat

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 04:21 PM

    I'm a bit confused. What exactly do you mean in your last sentence when you say.

    "I have maintained the material list but for now the characteristics from the HALB material is printed even if they are skipped!"

    Are you saying the characteristic is printed but no value is printed? Or that the value from the HALB is printed? If there is a value in the HALB than it wasn't skipped.

    What did you have for your skip strategy?

    Yes.. you should be able to go back to the ROH material for the value.

    Craig

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    • I'm kind of surprised by how it's working in your case. You might be right and may need to develop a new skip strategy to get it back to the ROH. Have you searched OSS for any notes on this? I'd be surprised if this is the first time this has been seen.

      The other option you might want to consider it utilizing some batch derivation functionality to copy the ROH values forward to the intermediates and then forward to the FERT.

      As a rule I always try to get the batch values completely updated for all materials so that values can be easily seen via MSC3n by everyone in the company. Batch derivation can often times accomplish that. Then when you do the certificate, you can get all the values directly from the batch record and no material chain master data set up is required.

      I don't know if that is something you can consider at this point or not.

      Craig

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